Persil Pro Clean Laundry Detergent

Persil Pro Clean Laundry Detergent. Does it get the stains out?


hansi perloff says:

Henkel also makes Purex and Schwarzkopf

Jonathan King says:

My two comments already there. Have been using persil for years over here on the UK. It’s made by lever brothers. They also do a pod version and powder similar to tide. Saying how warm it is would have us in the UK putting the washing on the line and flying it like flags!!

Jody says:

This is the only detergent that would get petroleum jelly stains out of a shirt. I had a major burn on my stomach and I was using A&D ointment on the burn. It got my shirt stained horribly. Nothing would get the stain out until I used Persil. I can’t say enough good things about it, except the premium price. I do wish it was quite a bit cheaper.

I use a measuring cup and use 1/4 cup for a small load and 1/2 cup for a large load.

Matthew Perry says:

Why don’t you put the washing out on the washing line

O Chenault says:

Bought a bottle the other day for 75 cents (after coupons) ok but still prefer tide

Just Me says:

Tide advertises it keeps clothes protected & keeps them like new (so idk if Persil does that) & doesn’t fade & is made in the US, Persil only beat tide with blood & is from Germany

andrea barbu says:

Pe mine mă cheamă Andreea persil e bun cât costa un persil

Momo Chouiheb says:

persil it is german it exists since 100 years

joe m says:

Have you tried the powder version? Which is better?

Don boucher says:

that is way way way to much soap. Please do not take that as me being rude. I have been told by service people for the machines that only a table spoon is all you need. if you use that much in a H E washer you will ruin it over time. I use same stuff but a table spoon and all my stuff comes out clean even stains. Plus i have had the same bottle for a year now!

elizabeth bland says:

Persil has been around for years in the UK pronounced per-sil. Glad to see it over here.

Andrew D says:

Also sold at Costco. In Europe it’s made by Henkel, in North America it’s made by The Dial corporation a Henkel company.

Simon says:

I tried Persil, and it left blue stains on some white clothing. Purex or Arm & Hammer both work great, and are a third of the price.

If you have tough stains, use Oxy Clean. I use it or Purex 2 bleach on whites. Still a lot cheaper than Tide or Persil.

HowsaBowsaYowsa says:

Is it better than Tide liquid?

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